Suggestions for primary DNS hosting
chip at 2bithacker.net
Wed Aug 7 17:26:17 UTC 2013
Up front, I work for Dyn, but I'm not posting in any official
capacity, just here to help.
On our consumer service, Dyn Standard DNS, you might run into
issues with some DNS record types, though SPF and TXT are
definitely supported. If you doing anything sufficiently weird,
you might want to run your own master and have us do secondary.
Both Standard and Secondary are fixed price services available
There is a QPS limit on that service (soft limit) which if you go
over we'll nudge you toward DynECT Managed DNS, our enterprise
service, which involves a sales process and is priced based on
QPS and features.
If you have any specific questions, feel free to hit me up off-
On 2013-08-07, Mike Hale <eyeronic.design at gmail.com> sent:
> I think DynDNS meets all your requirements. They had pretty good
> service and a solid infrastructure.
> At a certain point, you pay based on the queries per second, which is
> the only reason we migrated our DNS in-house. It's otherwise pretty
> cheap for what you get.
> On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 6:13 AM, Matthew Huff <mhuff at ox.com> wrote:
> > Within the last few years, we have drastically reduced our
> > DNS footprint, as well as our datacenter size. We are looking
> > to migrate our primary DNS to a provider, but I'm having
> > trouble finding ones that meet our requirements
> > 1) Provide primary DNS without necessary being the registar for the domain
> > 2) Provide primary DNS for both forward and reverse zones.
> > 3) Support IPv4 and IPv6 records
> > 4) Provide IPv6 nameservers (not required, but nice to have)
> > 5) Allow arbitrary RR records such as SPF, TXT, etc...
> > Any suggestions?
Chip Marshall <chip at 2bithacker.net>
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